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Patricia A. Dargie

June 14, 1955 ~ January 5, 2022 (age 66)


Patricia A. Dargie, 66, of Nantucket for over 40 years, passed away peacefully surrounded by her adoring family on January 5, 2022. Born in Boston, she was a daughter of the late Philip E. Dargie Jr. and Barbara (Dinn) Dargie.

Charitable and caring, her compassionate nature led to her lengthy career in healthcare. Patty was a registered nurse and had worked at Our Island Home on Nantucket for over three decades. She loved her family deeply and made it a point to be present in their lives. She enjoyed shopping, spending time on the beach, and watching the beautiful sunsets on Nantucket.

Patty was the cherished longtime partner of the late Ernest Kovalencik; beloved sister of Denise Desimone and her husband Dave of Brockton, Doreen Hebden and her husband Steve of Fort Meyers, FL, Pamela Byrd and her husband John of Brockton, Dolores Auger and her husband Mark Sr. of Brockton, and Philip Dargie III and his wife Cathy of Middleboro; devoted aunt of Billy Dargie, Kim Lawrence, Mark Auger Jr., Shannon Dargie, Todd Dargie, Max Dargie, and their families. In addition to her family, Patty leaves many dear friends on Nantucket Island, who were a great support system to her. She will be greatly missed.

A celebration of Patty’s life will be held at a later time. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to Marla Ceely Lamb Fund, c/o Palliative & Supportive Care of Nantucket Foundation, 57 Prospect Street, Nantucket, MA 02554. (https://www.pascon.org/our-services/marla-lamb-fund/contribute-to-the-fund/)

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